Style 1080 fiberglass cloth is a 1.43 oz/sq yd plain weave E-glass fabric referred to as the "medium weight" glass cloth in the model industry. As with all fabrics the finish on the cloth makes a big difference in the way the fabric handles. Most of the 1080 we've sold thoughout the years has been with Silanes with the biggest reason for that being that was what was available. More rarely do we get an identical style of fiberglass cloth finished in Volan. BGF's 504 Volan is, in my opinion, the softest finish on fiberglass cloth in the world. We brought in one large roll we're re rolling to 5, 10, 20, 30 and 50 yard rolls. They are priced 30% higher than the Silane finished cloth due to it's rarity and higher cost. Important note: There are many different silane numbers for epoxy compatible finishes - having evolved that way with the manufactuers of the fiberglass cloth catering to the much larger indstrial market such as the circuit board industry. We have this cloth because it is what we could get cheap. If we bought the cloth specifying any particular finish the price to us would be more than what we sell it for. If you
need 1080, or any other cloth, with a particular finish number specify that in subsequent orders or in emails to email@example.com. It is much easier for me, Steve Thayer, to communicate with email than by telephone. The building I own and operate out of is 370,000 square feet. I'm not sitting in an office with a cigar in my mouth yelling at workers. I am the worker.
I do the forklift, mechanicing and many, many other menial tasks that owners used to get there workers to do back when government didnt pay people to sit at home more than the
private enterprise company could pay them. So please email firstname.lastname@example.org and remember we're on the East Coast